William's Treasure

William's Treasure

by Dan Reeder
     
 
William's Treasure is a 40 page, water-color and pen and ink illustrated book intended for bright children and childlike adults. William is a little dragon who lives in the forest. His life is simple and serene, although punctuated by episodes of frivolity and pure joy. That is, until one evening, when he decides to investigate a strange but alluring glow on the

Overview

William's Treasure is a 40 page, water-color and pen and ink illustrated book intended for bright children and childlike adults. William is a little dragon who lives in the forest. His life is simple and serene, although punctuated by episodes of frivolity and pure joy. That is, until one evening, when he decides to investigate a strange but alluring glow on the horizon and discovers a brilliantly lit, powerfully enticing, treasure-trove of a place called, "Stuff for U!" The moment William steps into the place he is caught in a web of desire. A new William emerges, one that wants stuff. He starts collecting things, first by the handful, then the armful, a wagon load, a small heap, and ultimately a gigantic pile. Concurrently, his innocent, happy life gives way to one of worry, anxiety, paranoia, and an insatiable appetite for more. Eventually, the need to reclaim his old blissful self pulls William off his pile of stuff and sends him back to his forest home.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781434834713
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
02/05/2008
Pages:
46
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.12(d)

Meet the Author

Dan Reeder is a teacher as well as an expert paper mache artist and author. He has written two other books, "The Simple Screamer: A Guide to the art of Papier and Cloth Mache", and "Make Something Ugly for a change: The definitive Guide to Papier and Cloth Mache", both published by Gibbs-Smith Publishers, Layton, Utah. Known as "Dan the Monster Man" around the Pacific Northwest, Dan has been using his unique paper and cloth mache technique to make monsters, dragons, and assorted other strange and wonderful creatures over the last three decades. He lives in Seattle Washington.

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